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Post-Brexit Northern Ireland protocol is legal, says Belfast court
The decision is a setback for unionists who see the agreement as a threat to their place in the UK.
UK to vet Ukraine refugees at Calais as French claim hundreds rejected
The UK is to install a visa application centre for Ukrainian refugees on the northern French coast, amid claims that hundreds trying to reach England have been refused entry.
Analysis: In just one week, the EU has changed forever
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has thrust the bloc into a new chapter that until recently would have been unthinkable.
Fake news? Questioning reality with a renaissance underdog
The Ikon showcases contemporary art alongside renaissance paintings as they invite visitors to take a second look at the world.
Brexit causing higher costs, red tape and delays, says UK report
A parliamentary committee paints a less than rosy picture of the Brexit so vaunted by Boris Johnson — and warns that new border controls risk further disruption.
What the UK energy bill hike means for green-powered households
There are calls for a windfall tax on North Sea oil and gas giants after Shell reported profits of €18 billion last year.
Northern Ireland first minister resigns amid post-Brexit discontent
Paul Givan was expected to hand in his resignation by the end of the week.
Judge rejects stopping Northern Ireland post-Brexit border controls
It is unclear whether or not this order will be followed, with some within the DUP arguing that the administration is under a legal obligation to carry them out.
British pig farmers 'fear ruin' over Brexit and the rise of veganism
There is a butcher shortage in the UK, which is creating a slaughter backlog for many pig farmers.
'He took us all for fools': UK PM slammed over 'partygate' report
"The prime minister took us all for fools" and "showed himself unfit for office", said opposition leader Keir Starmer
Women 'scared to be pregnant' a year on from near-total abortion ban
Poland will on 27 January mark the first anniversary of the introduction of a near-total ban on abortion.
Tracey Emin requests removal of art gift from PM Johnson's residence
The renowned British modern artist is no longer happy with her work hanging in the prime minister's official residence.
French voting app Elyze sparks concerns over data protection
France's data privacy watchdog says it's examining the Tinder-style app that helps voters decide what candidate to choose.
Can Boris Johnson survive the Downing Street parties scandal?
The office parties, the public backlash, the official inquiries, and the 'red meat': Euronews examines the misconduct allegations engulfing the UK prime minister.
One step at a time: UK-EU talks resume to unlock post-Brexit stalemate
EU officials hope the British foreign secretary now leading UK negotiations can help unblock deadlocked talks as they resume on Thursday.
UK and India launch talks in New Delhi on post-Brexit trade deal
The British trade minister's visit to launch the negotiations is a sign the UK intends to focus its post-Brexit trade policies in the Indo-Pacific region.
A year since Brexit: London's financial crown shaken but still intact
The City of London remains Europe's top financial sector despite losing key business and bankers to rival EU hubs.